NEXT game for Colwyn Bay is away to bottom of the table Llangefni Town in the JD Cymru North on Tuesday (August 24, 7:30pm kick off)

 The incentive for Bay  is that with two of the current  top three sides,  Conwy Borough and Airbus UK, playing each other, and fourth-placed Buckley facing a tricky trip to Llanidloes, the Bay could move into the top three themselves if they can win,

 However, after losing their opening four games and conceding 13 goals in the process,, Llangefni will have been boosted by picking up their first point of the campaign with a 0-0 draw at Llanrhaeadr last weekend and Bay boss Craig Hogg is expecting a tough game.

 “After getting back to wins it is important for us that we kick on now, but we have some tough games coming up starting at Llangefni on Tuesday,” he says.

 The Seagulls will need to make a late decision on the fitness of Llyr Morris after he came off in  the first half of Saturday’s win over Llanidloes with a back spasm.

 Morgan Ashworth also picked up an injury in that game which will need to be assessed.